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MARIA GONZALEZ Special to the Minden Press-Herald SPRINGHILL ­ McDonald's employees put on their friendliest faces as they welcomed community members to their grand re-opening... [Read More]
MARIA GONZALEZ Special to the Minden Press-Herald SPRINGHILL ­ The four-day long Fuller Center Estate Sale came to an end Monday afternoon, and event coordinators... [Read More]
Deadline to register is Friday, Oct. 5 Special to the Minden Press-Herald MINDEN — Fayrine Kennon-Gilbert, Chairperson for National Night Out, along with Mayor Tommy... [Read More]
Museum's fundraising auction set for Monday night The wait is almost over. The annual fundraiser gala for the Dorcheat Historical Association Museum will take place... [Read More]
Asa James "A.J." Robinson, Sr., 96, of Minden, Louisiana, heeded to the midnight call and departed from this world for his celestial home on September... [Read More]
In light of all that is happening around the country, the world and in some cases, our own backyards, the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated... [Read More]
Special to the Minden Press-Herald The Historic Hwy 80 Yard sale runs from Texas to Georgia and occurs two times a year: the third weekend... [Read More]
Services for Mrs. Mary Helen Baker Gantt will be 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, September 5, 2018, at Mt. Olive Baptist Church with burial to follow at... [Read More]
Editor's Note: The following are events scheduled for the Webster Parish Library in September. September Showtimes and Dates: *Children under the age of 13 must... [Read More]
Gerald Holland Special to the Minden Press-Herald Nikki Reeves, president of Women Helping Others (WHO) of North Webster Parish, told a full-house of Springhill Rotarians... [Read More]
The National Hurricane Center says tropical storm conditions and heavy rainfall are possible over parts of the central U.S. Gulf Coast in coming days. The... [Read More]
CenterPoint Energy's Community Partnership Grant program awards grants to local communities to fund safety-related equipment and projects. The company recently awarded the Town of Sibley... [Read More]
Charles Randall "Randy" Reynolds, 51, died at home on January 28, 2018. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at... [Read More]
To the Editor: People say, "What we need (for more responsible government) is term limits," meaning term limits for elective public office-holders. I disagree. More... [Read More]
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A Springhill man will spend the next 25 years behind bars for a March 2017 kidnapping. 26th Judicial District Chief Judge Michael Nerren sentenced Patrick... [Read More]
which voted Tuesday to change its name to the Louisiana Travel Association (LTA) [Read More]
Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell says Louisiana taxpayers could potentially save millions of dollars if electric companies and cities convert to new energy-efficient, environmentally friendly... [Read More]
Rep. Mike Johnson (LA-04) invited combat veteran Brian Steorts to be his guest of honor at the State of the Union Address. Steorts was born... [Read More]
Louisiana should join other states and cities supporting access to the Internet without censorship or manipulation by telecommunications companies, Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell said.... [Read More]
To the Editor, Congratulations on rerunning your very timely editorial (David Specht, Jan 23). Perhaps, the Governor has accidentally hit upon a method to stir... [Read More]
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